VICE Talks Film with Gaspar Noé

The French-Argentinian talks about his controversial and sexually explicit new film, "Love."

by VICE Staff
10 November 2015, 8:09pm

Six years after his groundbreaking, psychedelic epic Enter the Void, French-Argentinian provocateur Gaspar Noé is back with his latest film—the (very) sexually explicit Love.

The movie follows film student Murphy, played by Karl Glusman, who enters an intensely passionate relationship with the unstable Electra (Aomi Muyock) and invites their attractive neighbor into their bed.

We sat down with Noé to discuss the film's range of critical reactions, working with non-actors having real sex on screen, and his process in creating one of the year's most controversial films.

You can see Love now in stereoscopic 3D at select theaters.